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Insurance concerns with Michigan motorcycle helmet repeal

May 23, 2012 by Steven M. Gursten

How a helmetless motorcyclist can bring a lawsuit and how insurance is affected

Steven Gursten, head of Michigan Auto Law and renowned motorcycle accident lawyer, was interviewed by autoinsurancequotes.com regarding Michigan’s recent motorcycle helmet repeal and its effect on safety and insurance.

Gursten told the publication that it is possible for an injured motorcyclist who wasn’t wearing a helmet to sue for pain and suffering damages — if the crash involved a motor vehicle.

Here’s the full article: As safety experts grapple with motorcycle deaths, Michigan repeals helmet mandate

 

Related information:

Help after a Michigan motorcycle accident

Snyder signs repeal of Michigan motorcycle helmet law

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